Keto Jalapeno Popper Stuffed Turkey Meatloaf
Another stuffed meatloaf experiment really liked the contrast of the spicy stuffing with the sweet and savory meatloaf; total flavor bomb This delicious Keto Jalapeno Popper Stuffed Turkey Meatloaf a tasty ground pork layer, wrapped around an impossibly creamy and cheesy filling that is studded with spicy chunks of jalapeño. The good news is that this pork meatloaf recipe is totally low carb friendly. Nobody will believe that you’re actually on a diet when they see (or taste if you’re into sharing) this gorgeous celebration of pork and cheese. I respect the fact that we all keto (yes I used “keto” as a verb right there) differently, but if you are new to keto or have the desire to incorporate more vegetables into your diet, I have included links to three great articles on the subject below.
300 g lean ground turkey
.5 cup almond flour
1 Large Egg
25 g sweet bell peppers
50 g diced onion
2 tbsp minced garlic
25 g zucchini
Well seasoned, mixed till just combined
4 oz of 3-Pepper Colby Jack cheese and 4 oz of NY Cheddar Cheese shredded and mixed with 7 medium jalapeno peppers, seeded and diced (150 g).
4 tbsp sugar-free ketchup
1 tbsp stone-ground mustard
1 tbsp Worcestershire
Press 2/3 of turkey meatloaf mixture along the bottom and walls of the pan leaving a trough for the stuffing, add jalapeno cheese stuffing, then cover with last 1/3 of the meatloaf mixture (press on sides to connect the walls to the top. Bake at 350 for 30 minutes, at which point the pan should have a ton of moisture that needs to be drained, then 15 more minutes, drain again and paint with sauce, then another 20 minutes or until the sauce starts to solidify.
1842 cal, 52 carbs, 124 fat, 133 prot
Per Serving (1/6 loaf):
307 cal, 9 carbs, 21 fat, 22 prot
edit: fixed serving typo, specified bell pepper, added jalapeno weight
double edit: Woah! First Gold! I’m glad somebody liked the idea.